Victoria's information commissioner Sven Bluemmel has raised the possibility that a one-off hack, created to satisfy a demand by law enforcement that access be provided to a particular device, could well end up being re-used with modifications, resulting in a situation which the draft encryption bill has pledged to avoid - systemic weaknesses.
A court in the US has ensured that the public will never know whom the FBI contacted to gain access to data on an iPhone 5C belonging to a terrorist or how much the agency paid for the job.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has defended the company's move to pull VPN apps from the App Store in China, saying that in this case the law was on the side of China's government.
still expensive and rubbish
Given the level of cyberbullying (along with more traditional bullying) in parliament, why are they not banned for politicians. It[…]
While it is more true that you've got to give the people what they NEED, Telstra fails here on both[…]
Excellent article Peter, thanks :)Why is anyone surprised that Huawei is ahead in tech capacity, scale, capability/features, and pricing?Interesting to[…]
I'd put these criminals in the same boat as pseudo scientists.